Dawn by Daniel Lepik

Dawn by Daniel Lepik

Introducing Daniel Lepik, a freelance motion designer and 3D artist that created “Dawn”, a series which inspiration came from the “early summer mornings”. His work Dawn explores smooth gradients through refractive surfaces and light. The homogeneity between the lights and blur effects give a sense of hearing the soft sounds of sea and sand particles like Daniel mentions. For the renderings, he used tools like Maxon 4D with Octane render which in conjunction with the colors he used as the smooth gradients contrast he made, transforms this work in a reference to any of 3D art lover. More of his artwork is available at his website, Behance or Dribbble.

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From a dot at the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, called São Miguel Island in the archipelago of Azores. Member of the team Hunt Global Agency, with the University graduation in Computer-Networks and Multimedia, focused on every multimedia development and in love with the place I live, music, playing music, fashion style, knowledge (self-taught or not) and every detail of life.

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